Get ready to prove your determination with one of our strongest jackpot slots, Gladiator Jackpot. Based on the Hollywood blockbuster and designed to put you inside the theatre of conflict, this slot is every bit as bold as it is lucrative. In fact, if you're someone who likes to fight for serious prizes in a serious setting, Gladiator Jackpot is the slot for you.
Gladiator Jackpot Game Info:
- Win a progressive jackpot topping £500,000
- Two bonus rounds
- Play from as little as £0.01
- Software Provider: Playtech
How to Play Gladiator Jackpot
Stepping into the Coliseum isn't for the fainthearted, which is why you'll need to adjust the number of win lines between 1 to 25 and then the coin size from £0.01 to £50 before you start. Naturally, the number of paylines you pick will determine the size of your overall bet when you combine it with your chosen coin size. This means you'll be able to spin from as little as £0.01 or as much as £1,250 depending on the size of your bet.
After using your bets as a weapon, Gladiator Jackpot starts showering you with gifts in the form of prizes when you match three or more symbols. From card symbols to characters from the movie, including Juba, Lucilla and Commodus, you'll have the chance to win as much as 5,000x your line bet in fixed prizes.
However, if you really want to stand proud as the greatest gladiator to ever live, you need to roll in three helmets on reels 2, 3 and 4. If this happens, you'll enter the jackpot game where nine helmets will have the power to unlock a progressive jackpot. Cast in three different metals, bronze, silver and gold, each helmet is worth a varying amount of money.
Once you've made your nine picks, the prizes will be added up and credited to your balance. However, if you've picked nine gold helmets, the Gladiator Jackpot top prize will be released. What does this mean? Simple, you'll become the greatest gladiator ever thanks to a jackpot that can top £500,000!
Suggested Games: If you don't want to fight it out with Gladiator Jackpot, why not take a spin with Age of the Gods games instead?